Silvia Rumicb180*240Silvia Rumi

Professor Conservatory of Music «G. Verdi», winner of national and international competitions
Milan, Italy

Silvia Rumi, born in Milan, she studied at the Conservatory of Music «G. Verdi» where she graduated with the highest grades under the guide of Isa Gorini.
She improved with Paul Badura-Skoda and Jörg Demus, which later became an assistant.
He followed the activities of the Accademia Pianistica of Imola «Incontri col Maestro» collaborating in the execution of the piano works of W.A.Mozart and
R. Schumann, following the lessons of Joaquin Achucarro, Bruno Canino, Alexander Lonquich, Pier Narciso Masi, Tatjana Nikolajeva, Boris Petrushansky and Charles Rosen
She has followed a course with Rosalyn Tureck.

She played concert activity in Italy and abroad and has collaborated with the Teatro alla Scala in Milan as part of the seasons of musical theatre for kids, in a spectacle brought on tour in various Italian cities.
He won first prize at the International Competition of Stresa «Yamaha» Award, the International Selection of Desio and at the National Competition «City of Como».
She was also awarded to International Competitions «City of Pretoria», «Rina Sala Gallo of Monza», «A. Cortot» of Milan, «V. Bellini» of Caltanissetta and National Competitions of Lamezia Terme, «A. Mozzati» and «City of Gaeta. He has recorded for RAI and French Radio.
Winner of the National Competition to chairs for titles and examinations she teaches piano at the Conservatorio di Musica «G. Verdi» of Milan.
She was Representative of Piano Disciplinary Coordination and Coordinator of the Department of keyboard instruments from 2006 to 2011. In 2013 was elected member of the Academic Council.


reznikovcbGregory Reznikov

Honored Artist of Russia, professor of the Ural State Conservatoire after M.P. Mussorgsky, Vice President for Academic Affairs
Ekaterinburg, Russia

Gregory Reznikov, Honored Artist of Russia, Professor of the Ural State Conservatoire is among the well-known and versatile musicians and educators of the Urals. He is engaged in multi-faceted creative activities:, he performs as soloist, a soloist with symphonic and chamber orchestras, he is a chamber music artist; he educates young musicians at the Conservatoire at a high professional level; thanks to the excellent business qualities he is appointed vice-rector of the Conservatoire. Taken all this into consideration Gregory Reznikov is able to achieve tangible, high-grade results in every aspect of his activity.

Reznikov got his education at the Ural State Conservatoire, where he studied with the talented and generous soul teacher E.V. Zlygosteva. As a student of the school, Reznikov often performed at the concerts at school, in the conservatoire, participated in television performances.

In 1974, Gregory Reznikov graduated with honors from the Ural State Conservatoire from the class of a great musician — associate professor S.G. Pochekin, and in 1977 — finished his post-graduate studies at the Federal State Educational Institution of Higher Professional Education «Russian Academy of Music» in the class of Professor T.D. Gutman. As a student, Reznikov took an active part in the concert life of the city and the university, collaborated with the Ural branch of the Union of Composers of the Russian Federation.

Since 1975, Mr. Reznikov has been working at the piano department, where he prepared more than 70 graduates.
Among the creative assets of Reznikov there are four CDs, educational work on interpreting the music of the Ural composers, master- classes and work in the jury of various competitions.


РыбаковаNatalia Rybakova

Honored Artist of Russia, professor of South-Ural State Institute of Arts after P.I. Tchaikovsky
Chelyabinsk, Russia

Natalia Rybakova graduated from the Federal State Educational Institution of Higher Professional Education «Russian Academy of Music» (class of A.I. Sac), then finished post-graduate studies at the Ural State Conservatoire after M.P. Mussorgsky (class of Professor M.V.Andrianova , Honored Artist of Russia,) — a versatile, talented musician, successfully combining pedagogical work with performing activity.

She performs solo concerts in the cities of the Ural region and Siberia, concerts with symphonic and chamber orchestras, tours abroad in Austria, Germany, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, Serbia and Montenegro.
Her teaching activities are also characterized by high professionalism and efficiency: the students of her class were granted the laureates and diploma of various music competitions more than 50 times at — international, national and regional levels. Many of them play recitals in Chelyabinsk, Moscow, Tambov, cities of the Czech Republic, Mexico and many other places.

Natalia Rybakova is actively involved in improving methods of teaching and training, methodical maintenance of educational process, she is the author of training manuals and guidelines.

As a true educator of young musicians and a public figure, in 2006 Rybakova was awarded the Jubilee Medal of the International Union of Musicians, in 2009 — Diploma of the Minister of Culture of the Chelyabinsk region; in 2010 — Certificate of Merit issued by the Governor of the Chelyabinsk region.

Stringed instruments

photo2Solveig Meens

Professor at the French Academy of Music. Winner of the French award in music education. She works as a cellist in the National Orchestra of Lille and the National Orchestra of Paris. Artistic director of “3 soeurs et une guitare” and cello and guitar duet “Diez Cuerdas”, (cello).
Paris, France

Solveig Meens is a French soloist cellist. She is graduated first class with honors from the Royal College of Music in London.

She participates in theater and dance performances as a musician (notably for the National Scenes ‘Le Bateau Feu’, ‘Culture Commune’ and the ‘Louvre Lens’), recordings, ballets, movie concerts and also actor’s lining and coach for series.

She is a guest cellist with the Orchestre National de Lille and the Orchestre National de l’Opéra de Paris for 15 years. She is the artistic director and member as a cellist of ‘3 soeurs et une guitare’ and the duet cello-guitare-voice ‘Diez Cuerdas’. Her concerts have led her to perform in many prestigious festivals and halls (Salle Gaveau, Petit Palais, Unesco, Théâtre Mogador in a show by Roman Polanski …)

Solveig Meens is graduate professor, trained in posture and neuroscience and teaches in French music Academy since 2003. She is laureate of the French Prize of the Musical Education and is currently in charge of the programming of the musical season of the Conservatory of Dunkirk.


баскина 1Elena Baskina

Honored Artist of Russia, professor, deputy head of the department of stringed instruments named after M.I. Glinka, Novosibirsk State Conservatory after M.I. Glinka (violin).
Novosibirsk, Russia

In 1990 she graduated from the Faculty orchestra (violin class) Novosibirsk State Conservatory after M.I. in 1996 godu- assistantship probation in the department of stringed instruments.

He has the honorary title «Honored Artist of the Russian Federation» for his great contribution in the field of art.
He works in Academic Symphonic Orchestra of the Novosibirsk Philharmonic, the Special School of Music College and is a professor of Novosibirsk State Conservatory.

For more than 20 years of teaching has produced a large number of winners of regional, national and international competitions. Students EV Baskin act in concert cities in Russia and abroad.
Elena held master classes in cities in Siberia, the Republic of Korea, has worked as a jury member at competitions of young musicians in Novosibirsk, St. Petersburg and cities of Siberia.

Elena also leads an active concert as a trio, several times was a member of World Orchestra For Peace.


лаухина1Anna Lauhina

Associate Professor of Violin and Viola Department of the St. Petersburg Conservatory after N.I. Rimsky-Korsakov, laureate of international contests (violin).
Saint-Petersburg, Russia

Anna Lauhina — St. Petersburg known violinist, laureate of international competitions, associate professor of the St. Petersburg Conservatory after N.I. Rimsky-Korsakov.
Lauhina Anna was born in Leningrad, he graduated from St. Petersburg State Conservatory (class of Professor V.Yu.Ovchareka), improved performance art in London and graduated from the graduate school of the Amsterdam Conservatory with Professor V.Liberman. Winner of several international competitions, scholar well-known international music fund.

He maintains an active concert schedule in St. Petersburg in Russia. He regularly appears on major scenes of the city. She worked with renowned conductors: A.Katsem, A.Dmitrievym, V.Chernushenko, S.Sondetskisom, O.Zverevym, A.Parisom, A.Anihanovym, V.Altshullerom, A.Veronezi, D.Pachitti, R.Shmidtom. Tours abroad. She has performed recitals in Germany, Spain, Norway and a number of European countries as well as in the US, Japan, China and the Republic of Korea.
Anna Lauhina also known as one of the best interpreters of contemporary music. He is the first performer of a number of violin works, including a concerto for violin and orchestra T.Lovendi, F.Glonti violin concerto, a concerto for violin and orchestra G.Korchmara. The repertoire of the violinist works Y.Falik, B.Klyuznera, Petrova, V. Basner, V.Uspenskogo.
Artistic career Anna has successfully combined with pedagogical work. In 1996, she began teaching at the St. Petersburg Conservatory, is currently an Associate Professor in the Department of Violin and Viola. Among her pupils winners of international competitions and artists leading orchestras of St. Petersburg.
Regularly conducts master classes in China, the Republic of Korea, the USA, Finland and Estonia. He is a regular member of the jury of renowned international and Russian competitions.


Wind and percussion instruments

шабашов1Vladimir Shabashov

Honored Worker of Culture of Russia, Honored Artist of the Voronezh Region, professor, head of department of wind and percussion instruments Voronezh State Institute of Arts (percussion instruments).
Voronezh, Russia

He graduated from Voronezh State Institute of Arts in 1983 in the class concertmaster of percussion instruments Voronezh Academic Symphony Orchestra Mitoshopa Victor Prohorovich.
Winner of the All-Russian jazz festival «Jazz 2006» in June 2006 in Tambov, a student of the International Music Festival in g.Baruelo de Santulyan (Spain) in August 2006, the winner of the XII International Festival «Jazz Province 2007, 2009», and XIV Winner of the All-Russia competition. MM Ippolitova — Ivanov (for the preparation of a diploma of the winner and the two winners of the competition in 2007), Laureate Prize Fund «Russian Performing Art» (2006).

Shabashov Vladimir Pavlovich successfully combines educational, artistic and scientific work. A high level of professional training of specialists positive commissions, supported by the results of public examinations, and reviews of chairmen of state certification diplomas of various festivals and competitions. Graduates work in higher and secondary educational institutions, concert organizations in Moscow, Voronezh, Lipetsk, Orel, run by different creative groups, open classes of Percussion Arts schools.

The media, radio coverage of the activities V.P.Shabashov. In 2004, the Voronezh television was filmed and shown on various television channels on the television film percussion class, creative and educational activities Shabashov V.
Often Vladimir Pavlovich concerts are held as charity: Charity concert for eight was collected one million 270 thousand rubles. All the money has been sent to the hematology department of Regional Children’s Hospital No1.


Зайцева1Tatyana Zaitseva

Associate Professor, Department of orchestral wind and percussion instruments of the South Ural State Institute of Arts after P.I. Tchaikovsky (saxophone)
Chelyabinsk, Russia

Tatiana Zaitseva was born in Yekaterinburg. In 1999 he graduated from the Ural State Conservatoire after M.P. Mussorgsky saxophone professor Igor Parashchuk, 2002 — assistantship — trained at the Ural State Conservatoire after M.P. Mussorgsky (Ekaterinburg).
Since 2002, he teaches at the Chelyabinsk Institute of Arts named after P.I. Tchaikovsky, is Associate Professor, Department of orchestral wind and percussion instruments. Her students repeatedly became winners of international and national competitions. In 2007 he became the winner of the International Competition «Music Without Borders» (Lithuania).
2006 collaborates with the Chelyabinsk Philharmonic and together with the pedagogical work actively performing activity, speaking at the concert venues in the city, the region and beyond.
It has a vast repertoire, from baroque music to contemporary Russian and foreign composers. In 2012 he released a solo CD «Organ + Saxophone».
Since 2015 is a member of the Eurasian Association of saxophonists in the Chelyabinsk region.



Тарашкевич1Vladimir Tarashkevich

Honored Artist of the Republic of Belarus, Assistant Professor of brass and percussion instruments of the Belarusian State Academy of Music (French horn).
Minsk, Belarus

Born July 5, 1948 in Minsk.
In 1968 he graduated from the Minsk Musical College after M.I. Glinka horn class (class teacher L.I. Guchkov)
From 1968 to 1973 he studied at the State Musical Pedagogical Institute Gnesin (class of Professor S. Leonov) Moscow.
From 1970-1973 he worked in the children’s music school Gnessin Moscow.

In 1973, hired by the Opera and Ballet Theatre of the Republic of Belarus in the Symphony Orchestra (concertmaster of the Horns Group).
Since 1993 he has been working at the Belarusian State Academy of Music in the position of associate professor of brass and percussion instruments.


Folk Instruments

kollet2Matthias Collet

Professor at the National Conservatory of Arts and Crafts
Clermont – Ferrand (France)

French guitar player. He graduated from the Strasbourg Conservatory (class of prof. Pablo Marques) and Cologne Hochschule (c. Prof. Roberto Ausel). He studied baroque music (Cl.Lutni prof. Ya.Imamura), flamenco (Prof. Paco Serano), jazz (Prof. Jacques Peroton).
Most of his career devoted to the guitar as an instrument in chamber ensembles (Remy Zhuselm guitar, Solveig Mans cello Julian Barbanza bagpipes, Gabriel Lonuar violin, Thierry the Gasthof accordion, Loïc Schneider flute, Leo Rondon Quatro, Yves Kotrez oboe, Myo Matstsuda mezzo-soprano , Beatrice Bern clarinet, Florian Uigibart drums, Janick Chambre jazz piano, Laurent Beckele double bass.
He is the author of a number of classical, folk, Creole music, musettes, shoro, fado, etc. He played numerous premieres of modern composers E.Lorenzo, S.Pachi, J.Dyuran, C.Gabrielle, T.Brone, Gilles Renal.

Matthias is the organizer and teacher of summer workshops in the city of Merkurt and the city of Hron (France). The participant of numerous festivals: Gitarras del Mundo Argentina, touring tours in Japan, Colombia, Spain, Venezuela, Sweden, Italy, Germany, Belgium, etc.
He worked in the regional conservatories of Metz and Lily. Currently, Matthias Collet is a guitar professor at the Conservatory of Clermont – Ferrand.
Plays in the duo Cafe para Dos with the Venezuelan mandolinist and composer Ricardo Sandoval (released 3 CDs), in the duo Korsak-Kollet (domra-guitar, mandolin-guitar), quartet «2 + 2» (mandolin N. Korsak, Mandolin R. Sandoval, Mandola C. Lassau, guitar M. Collet)


korsak2Natalia Korsak

Lecturer at the Regional Conservatory of Annecy (France), director and conductor of the mandolin-guitar orchestra, laureate of international competitions (domra, mandolin). Belarus-France

Natalia Korsak is the leading concert performer in domra and mandolin. She graduated from the Belarusian State Academy of Music (class assistant professor N. Maretsky). Winner of the International Cup of the North Competition (Cherepovets, Russia, 2004 — III Prize, 2006 — II Prize in the Mandolin Category), and the I. Kuwahara International Competition for Mandolin Solo (Schweinfurt, Germany, 2005 — I Prize and Prize Mandolin of the Japanese master M. Naguchi), II International Competition for Performers on Folk Instruments. I. Zhinovich (Minsk, Belarus, 2007 — I Prize), International Competition in Greece (2007, I Prize and Mandolin Prize); Diploma I International Competition for Performers on Folk Instruments. I. Zhinovich (Minsk, Belarus, 2002) and the International Competition «International Akkordeonwettbewerb» as part of the duet «Elite» (Klingenthal, Germany, 2004); laureate and owner of the Grand Prize of the Special Fund of the President of the Republic of Belarus for the Support of Talented Youth.

In 2005, N. Korsak participated in the V session of the European Youth Guitar Mandolin Orchestra (EGMYO) in Larochette (Luxembourg), as well as in master classes in Menton (France). In 2006, she recorded the “La molinara” CD with the program for the classic mandolin. She toured with solo concerts in Tokyo and Osaka (Japan), took part in the Eurozupfmusik — 2006 International Festival in Bamberg (Germany) as part of the Tonart trio (N. Maretsky, E. Gridyushko, N. Korsak) ..

For more than 10 years N.Korsak worked as a soloist of the Belarusian State Philharmonic Society in the Capriccio ensemble together with N. Maretsky, also worked as a teacher in the domra class of the Belarusian State Academy of Music.
Natalia performed with famous musicians A. Tsygankov, A. Gorbachev, R. Golyano, R. Diens, D. Matsuev.
Since 2017 Natalia lives in Lion, teaches a mandolin at the Regional Conservatory of Ansi (France), is also the director and conductor of the mandolin-guitar orchestra of Ansi (Haute Savoie, France).
Natalia is a member of numerous festivals (Belarus, Germany, France, Estonia, Russia, Japan), a member of the jury of international and Internet competitions, a teacher of annual summer master classes (Castellar, Gron, France).
Now Natalya plays in the duo Korsak-Kollet (domra-guitar, mandolin-guitar), the trio Benzaiten (Benzayten) (mandolin N. Korsak, mandola S. Marse, piano J.Urez), quartet 2 + 2 (mandolin N. Korsak , mandolin R. Sandoval, mandola C. Lassau, guitar M. Kollet)


mushkin1Evgeny Mushkin

Professor, Dean of the Magnitogorsk State Conservatory after M.I. Glinka (accordion).
Magnitogorsk, Russia

In 1994 he graduated from the Ufa State Institute of Arts. In 1996 he graduated from the post-graduate course of the Kazan State Conservatory.
Academic title of professor of folk instruments of the Russian Federation awarded the decision of the Ministry of Education in 2013.
He is a student of the first International Cultural Exchange «Music Without Borders» (USA, 1997); laureate (III prize) II of the International competition of folk music «The Cup of the South Urals — Orenburg mosaic» (Orenburg, 2005); laureate of the International Festival of Harmony in Valtserrino (Italy, 2009).
Conducts training on the following subjects: accordion class, accordion and ensemble, conducting, teaching practice. From 2006 to 2016. released four assistants trainees.
Prepared by 18 laureates and winners of international, national and regional competitions.
Evgeny has 13 publications, including 6 scientific-methodical, scientific 2 and 5 creative work used in teaching practice.
Creative activities range E.V. Mushkin is quite wide: performances with concert programs as a soloist ensemble of folk instruments «Native tunes», «Ural malachite»; Deputy Head of Department of orchestral folk instruments (accordion and accordion section); annual international and Russian Art in Magnitogorsk Assembly (1994-2016 gg.); Jury member of the international, regional and zonal competitions.
E.V. Mushkin is a member of the scientific, methodological and artistic Conservatory councils; dean. Since 2000 cooperates with the Department of Youth Policy of the Chelyabinsk region to support creative youth.
Master classes, lectures and speaker in the institutions of culture and art of the Ural region, in refresher courses in Magnitogorsk Conservatory.
For his great contribution to the development of culture, and has many years of fruitful work Thanks Minister of Culture (2009). For pedagogical skills EV Mushkin has repeatedly awarded with certificates and thanked the Minister of Culture and the governor of the Chelyabinsk region, the badge «For the Development of Education» and the Prize of the Legislative Assembly of the Chelyabinsk region; commemorative medal «For contribution to the development of Magnitogorsk».


Composition, improvisation, synthesizer

скобёлкин1Valery Skobelkin

Honored Artist of the Republic of Bashkortostan, a member of the Union of Composers and the Republic of Belarus, an assistant professor of composition and head of the department of variety and jazz performance art Ufa State Institute after Zagir Ismagilov.
Ufa (Bashkortostan, Russia)

Composer, a member of the Russian Composers’ Union and the Republic of Bashkortostan, Honored Artist of the Republic of Bashkortostan, laureate of the II-nd International Competition for Young Composers. Edvard Grieg in Oslo (Norway), associate professor of composition and head of the department of variety and jazz performance of the Ufa State Institute of Arts.
The author of many symphonic, chamber and vocal, choral works. These include: a romance for baritone and piano «For whom the bell tolls» (1996); Piece for Guitar «Flamingo» (2007); chorus a capella «Multis dum» (2007); Pieces for String Quartet «Quiet» (2008); Quintet for five cellos «Perspectives» (1999); 3 String Quartets (№1 1996, №2 2001, №3 2005); 2 Sonatas for Piano (№1 1996, №2 2004); Sonata for violin and piano (1999); Viola Concerto (2008); Concerto for Violin and Orchestra (2007); Symphony number 1 (2011); Music to the TV feature film director V.Saetgalieva «And then come the other» (2010).
V.Skobelkina works included in the program of regional, national composers’ festival:
— Festival of Composers of the Volga and the Urals: Symphonic Suite «Skomorokhs» was performed at the Theatre of Opera and Ballet of the city of Izhevsk in November 2013 .;
— 9th Festival of modern Bashkir composers: Final suite «Skomorokhs» was performed in April 2014 at the Concert Hall of the city of Ufa CID;
— Festival of Composers of the Volga region, the Urals and Resp.Komi: Symphony number 1 to 4 parts was performed in November 2014 in the Concert Hall of the CID of the city of Ufa.
Educational activity of Valery Mikhailovich Skobelkin focus on employment of young composers. Among students V.M.Skobelkina be noted L.Rizvanovu — winner of the II-nd degree IV-th International Competition of Young Composers Sergei Prokofiev in Chelyabinsk (2015), winner of the III-rd degree of the International Composers’ Competition in Moscow (2014); I.Reshetnikovu — Diploma III-th degree of the International Composers’ Competition in Moscow (2015).

List of works:

«For whom the bell tolls» romance for baritone and piano (1996)
Three Preludes for Piano (2007)
«Flamingo» Piece for Guitar (2007)
Five Preludes for Piano (2009)
«Multis dum» choir a capella (2007)
«Norwegian composer Portrait» Piece for Piano
and symphony orchestra (2008)
«Perspectives» quintet for five cellos (1999)
«Quiet» Pieces for String Quartet (2008)
Sonata for clarinet solo (2001)
Scherzo for violin and piano (2006)
Suite of m / f «And then come the other» (2010)
24 Preludes (2000)
«Astrology» 12 Preludes for Piano
String Quartet №1 (1996)
String Quartet №2 (2001)
String quartet №3 (2005)
Sonata №1 (1996)
Sonata №2 (2004)
Sonata for violin and piano (1999)
Concerto for Viola and Orchestra (2008)
Concerto for Violin and Orchestra (2007)
«Skomorokhs» Suite for Orchestra (2007)
Symphony number 1 (2011);


 Бородин1Anton Borodin

Ph.D., Associate Professor, Department of History and Theory of Performance Ural State Conservatory after M.P. Mussorgsky, pianist, arranger.
Yekaterinburg, Russia

He graduated from the Special Music School-Lyceum of the Ural State Conservatory in piano, teacher AA Shahnovsky (1998).
In 1998 he engaged in the international courses to them S.V. Rachmaninoff in V.K. Merzhanov.
In the period from 1998 to 2003 he studied at the Ural State Conservatory in the class of prof. EA Levitan (Honours). After graduating from the Conservatoire he entered the post-graduate course (hands. Prof. E. Levitan).
He graduated from the graduate school of the Ural State Pedagogical University and the master’s thesis on «Formation of the concept of» piano school «at performing musicians in the course of professional higher education» (2007).
Passed course arrangements skill on digital keyboards Yamaha Peter Baartmansa (Netherlands).
He has performed as a soloist and ensemble player in the Sverdlovsk Philharmonic, Nizhny Novgorod, in the halls of Moscow — the museum to them. AN Scriabin Museum after M.I. Glinka Music School Hall. Often performing music by contemporary authors, including — Ural composers.
A specialist in the field of music and computer technology. Collaborates with music groups, publishers and educational institutions. From 2005 to 2013 he taught computer arrangement in the Ural State Pedagogical University.
He is the author of transcriptions for piano, published in the central publishing houses (Deca-Sun, P. Jurgenson). Has 25 scientific papers on piano performance and electronic musical equipment.
At the Department of Theory and History of Performing Arts leads subjects: Piano, Accompaniment class. The department of special piano teaches discipline «Synthesizer» and the course «Fundamentals of improvisation.»


сергиенко1Pauline Sergienko

Ph.D., assistant professor of theory, music history and composition of the South Ural Institute of Arts after P.I. Tchaikovsky, a member of the youth section of the Chelyabinsk branch of the Union of Composers of Russia.
Chelyabinsk, Russia

In 2008, she graduated from South Ural Institute of Arts after P.I. Tchaikovsky on specialty composition. In 2013 she defended her thesis on «The development of creativity among university students of music composers offices» in «Ural State Pedagogical University» (Ekaterinburg), awarded the title of PhD.

Creative activity
Participation in national and international conferences, articles in scientific journals, including recommended HAC MOiNRF.

Winner of Transnational Competition for Young Composers «Rowan Dreams» (Moscow, 2001, 2002, 2004);
Scholar of the Ministry of Culture of Russian Federation (2004, 2005);
Winner of the All-Russian contest «Young talent of Russia» (Moscow, 2006);
Member exit creative schools «Young Talents» (Sochi, 2005), «Young talents of Russia» (St. Petersburg, 2006);
Winner of the All-Russian Competition for Young Composers after S. Prokofiev (Chelyabinsk, 2002, 2008, 2012);
The winner of the First International Competition of piano training (Ekaterinburg, 2008);
Winner of the IV International Competition for Young Composers after S.Prokofiev (Chelyabinsk, 2015);

Creative works:
Romances for mezzo-soprano and piano on Art. S. Esenina «Dark The Night», «Goy, you Russia»;
Romances for tenor and piano on Art. S.Esenina «My Party storonka», «Bazar»;
«The joke — a parody of» on «There once was a grandmother gray goat» for baritone, tenor, mezzo-soprano and soprano in 5 parts;
The cycle of children’s choirs and the songs on the item. M.Pridvorova «Egorkin nose», «Babayki,» «The Princess and the Dragon», «beautiful black monster», «excess energy»;
«Ditty» for mixed chorus and piano at the station. Esenin;
Cantata «Who Lives Well in Russia» for mixed chorus and piano at the station. N.Nekrasova;
Sonata for Piano;
Concerto for Violin and Orchestra;
Children’s choral opera «The Tale of the Priest and of His Workman Balda» at the station. Pushkin;
Vocalise for coloratura soprano, chamber orchestra and piano;
Suite for chamber orchestra and percussion.


Accompaniment art

Минасян1Karina Minasyan

Associate Professor of chamber ensemble, string quartet and Accompaniment skill behalf of the Novosibirsk State Conservatory after M.I. Glinka
Novosibirsk, Russia

Born in Novosibirsk.
She graduated from the Novosibirsk State Conservatory after M.I. Glinka in the specialty «Piano», and then graduate with a degree in «Piano. Chamber ensemble. »
Laureate and winner of international competitions. Associate Professor of chamber ensemble, string quartet and Accompaniment skill behalf of the Novosibirsk State Conservatory after M.I. Glinka.
As a performer participates regularly in concerts in Novosibirsk, Tomsk, Omsk, Barnaul, Kemerovo and other Siberian cities, in St. Petersburg, Moscow, Japan’s cities, Czechoslovakia, Switzerland, as a soloist (pianist, organist, harpsichordist), as part of the Piano trios and other ensembles and as an accompanist. .

Students K. Minasyan successfully participate and win prizes at international, public and regional and national competitions.
Karine Minasyan published the article «Shostakovich. Piano Trio №2 e-moll, or.67: experience of performing the analysis. »


foto1Ksenia Gindina

Teacher in the class of chamber ensemble and piano duo of the St. Petersburg State Conservatory named after N.A. Rimsky-Korsakov, deputy director for concert work and teacher of the ensemble and accompaniment class of the St. Petersburg Music Lyceum.
Saint-Petersburg, Russia

Graduated from the St. Petersburg State Conservatoire named after N.A. Rimsky Korsakov in the class of People’s Artist of Russia, prof. Ekaterina Murina, graduate school of St. Petersburg State Conservatory. ON. Rimsky-Korsakov (specialty: chamber ensemble) in the class of Honored Artist of Russia, prof. Sergey Uryvaev.

He takes an active part in the concert life of St. Petersburg as a member of chamber ensembles, is a participant of international festivals «Palaces of St. Petersburg», «Petersburg Musical Spring», «From Avant-garde to Our Days», «International Conservatory Week», «Silver Lira» , Touring in Europe, has CD records at the «Composer» studio. Repeatedly became the winner of the contest «Pedagogical Hopes» and the winner of the Prize of the Government of St. Petersburg «Pedagogical Hopes».

He is a member of the jury of the Open Regional Competition «Spring Drops», the International Competition of Chamber Ensembles «Spring Sonata» (Vilnius, Lithuania).

Currently he is a teacher in the class of chamber ensemble and piano duet of the St. Petersburg State Conservatory named after N.A. Rimsky-Korsakov, a teacher in the ensemble and accompaniment class and deputy director for concert work at the St. Petersburg Musical Lyceum.

Students K.E. Gindin repeatedly became winners of various competitions, such as the International Competition. S.I. Savshinsky, All-Russian competition. G.V. Bakhchiev «For a piano together» (Vologda), International competition of piano duets «Brother and sister», All-Russian competition. M.P. Mazur «Tradition and Modernity», etc., laureates of the Prize of the Government of St. Petersburg «Young talents», performed at the best concert venues in St. Petersburg — the Grand and Small Halls of the St. Petersburg Philharmonic, the Academic Chapel of St. Petersburg, the Small Hall of the St. Petersburg Conservatory . Sheremetev Palace and others.


foto1Lyudmila Kondratieva

Associate professor of the chamber ensemble and accompanist training department of the Ural State Conservatory. M.P. Mussorgsky.
Yekaterinburg, Russia

She was born in 1973 in Kyrgyzstan. In 1981 she moved with her parents to Russia, Bratsk. In 1992 she graduated from the Bratsk Music College, in 1997 she graduated from the Ural State Conservatoire named after I. M.P. Mussorgsky, the class of the People’s Artist of the Russian Federation Pankova NG, in 2000 — an assistant-trainee at the Ural State Conservatory, a class of the Honored Artist of the Russian Federation Blinova I.B.

Since 1998 he works at the department of chamber ensemble and accompanist training of the Urals state competition competition named after. M.P. Mussorgsky. In 2011 he was awarded the academic title «Associate Professor». Laureate and Diploma of All-Russian and international competitions.

Creatively collaborated with: People’s Artist of the Russian Federation Amirov S.S., Honored Artist of the Russian Federation Ulyashkin M.I., Honored Worker of Culture I.Gareyeva, Honored Artist of the Russian Federation Yu.A. Gavrilov, E.Neyzhmak, A.Naumova and I.N.

Has graduated from more than 50 graduates who work in different educational institutions of our country: the Kemerovo Institute of Arts, the Tyumen Institute of Arts, the Perm Institute of Arts, the Ural State Conservatory, the Surgut Musical College, the Asbestos Musical College, the Saransk Music College, the Yekaterinburg Choir College, the Yekaterinburg Theater Musical comedy.



Vocal art

foto2Maria Lyudko

Honored Artist of the Russian Federation, Professor, Head of the Chamber Singing Department of the St. Petersburg State Conservatory. ON. Rimsky-Korsakov, Ph.D.,
Saint-Petersburg, Russia

Born into a family of opera singers, has been studying music since the age of four. At the age of eight she sang the first opera part (N. Bryansky, “The Quartet” — Nightingale). She starred in children’s roles at the Lentelefilm film studio.

In 1992 she graduated with honors from a special music school at the St. Petersburg Conservatory. N. A. Rimsky-Korsakov. In 1997 she graduated with honors from musicology and in 1999 the vocal faculties of the St. Petersburg Conservatory.
Internship at the International Academy of Bach (1996, Stuttgart, Germany) and the Mariinsky Theater Academy (1999-2006), participated in master classes of major Russian and European musicians, in various youth opera workshops, studied the interpretation of ancient music and German romantic song.

The singer collaborates with the largest European orchestras, famous domestic and foreign composers, conductors and directors, including A. Petrov, M. Ermler, V. Gergiev, J. Temirkanov, P. Peyre, S. Sondetskis, N. Alekseev, A. Dmitriev , K. Raikin, D. Chernyakov, G. Kupfer, G. Vic.

She has performed on the stages of the Bolshoi Theater of Russia, the Mariinsky Theater, Berlin Komishe Opera, the Tatar State Academic Opera and Ballet Theater, the Wonder Glass Tetra, and the Saratov State Academic Opera and Ballet Theater. She performed such roles as Donna Anna (“Don Juan” by Mozart), Ann Trulav (“The Rake’s Adventures” by Stravinsky), Violetta and Nannetta (“Traviata” and “Falstaff” by Verdi), Eurydice (“Orpheus” by Gluca), Tsarevna Lebed ( “The Tale of Tsar Saltan” by Rimsky-Korsakov), Tatyana (“Eugene Onegin” by Tchaikovsky) and others. She participated in the world premiere of M. Nayman’s opera The Prologue to Didon and Aeneas, Russia’s first performance of the oratorio Schurth-Denisov’s Resurrection of Lazarus and Handel’s Brockes Passion.

The repertoire of M. Lyudko includes about 500 works of the chamber repertoire, cantata and oratorio of I.S. Bach, G. Handel, J. Haydn, V. Mozart, C. Saint-Saens, J. Verdi, A. Dvorak, K. Orff. He performs the music of modern composers, many works are devoted to the singer and written for her talent (symphonic fantasy “Farewell to …” by A. Petrov, vocal cycles to poems by Beranger and A. Blok G. Belov and others).

She participated in the recording of film music (“The Moon was full of the garden”, directed by V. Melnikov and “Caged”, directed by S. Breninkmayr), 8 CDs (4 of them solo), constantly performs in the press, on radio and television. The main discography — «Words of Love» (2002), «Romance of Romance» (2006), «I know a lot» (2008), «Star of Love (2012),» Instant Trace «(2012) and others.

She tours in cities of Russia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Armenia, Austria, Malta, Sweden, USA, Spain, Holland, Denmark, Belgium, Luxembourg, Germany, Bulgaria, Poland, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Czech Republic, Estonia, Slovakia, Iceland. Among the largest concert halls are the Concertgebouw (Amsterdam), Jordunhall (Boston), the Column Hall of the House of Unions, the Hall of them. Tchaikovsky and the Kremlin Palace of Congresses (Moscow), Leaderhalle (Stuttgart), the Philharmonic Hall and the Academic Chapel (St. Petersburg). Participates in such festivals as «Golden Mask», «Square of Arts», «Three Centuries of Classical Romance», «Petersburg Musical Spring», them. Tino Pattiera, them. V. Gavrilina, them. I. Sollertinsky, them. S. Rachmaninoff and others.

Since 2000 — Member of the Union of Concert Figures of St. Petersburg (since 2006, Member of the Board, Executive Secretary of the Philharmonic Section, Deputy Chairman). Since 2008, he has been an independent supervisory board of the Center for Cultural Programs in St. Petersburg, a member of the attestation commission. Since 2013, Vice President of the regional public charitable St. Petersburg Foundation for the Support and Development of Musical Art and Education.

Maria is the author of the monograph «Style Solfeggio in a Modern Vision» (Lambert Academic Publishing, 2011), methodical works, programs, textbooks, articles, reports at conferences, and actively collaborates with Planet of Music. Leads music broadcasts. Conducts master classes and refresher courses in Russia and abroad (including Harvard University, New York Lyric Opera, Reykjavik University), participates in the jury of a number of international vocal competitions and festivals (named after D. Shostakovich, «Romansiad», » Grand Prix of St. Petersburg «,» ART Vocal «,» Star Rhapsody «,» Academy «,» Petersburg Style «,» Talents and fans «and others).
Since 2005, he has headed the department of solfeggio and methods of educating the ear, since 2009 — the department of ancient Russian singing art at the St. Petersburg Conservatory, since 2013 he has headed the department of chamber singing.

Winner of 8 international competitions, including Hans Gabor Belvedere (Vienna, 3 prize, 2002), them. I. Yurieva (Tallinn, 1st prize, 2002), Romansiada (Moscow, 1st prize, 2000), im. V. Sobinova (Saratov, 1 prize, 2000)


foto2Laura Vodyanitskaya

Senior Lecturer and Deputy Head of Pop-Jazz Singing Department, Moscow State Institute of Culture
Moscow, Russia

Senior Lecturer and Deputy Head of Pop-Jazz Singing, People’s Artist of Russia Larisa Dolina.
A graduate of the Moscow State Academy of Music. Maimonides, class assistant professor Svetlana Panova.

Winner of international jazz festivals: “Yalta-2008”, “Kuban-Jazz” 2010 (Krasnodar), “Black-Sea” 2012 (Sochi), “Aqua-Jazz” 2013, 2014, 2015. 2016, 2017. “Sochi- Jazz ”(Igor Butman).
Participant of TV projects: “The Winner” on Channel One, and “Songs” on TNT. Winner of international competition. Soloist of the municipal orchestra “Big Band of Sochi”, conducted by Honored Artist of Kuban S. Kokorin.

The second higher education — Moscow State University, Faculty of Philology.
She performed with such stars as Igor Butman, Larisa Dolina, Oleg Akkuratov.


Бондаренко3Maria Bondarenko

Associate Professor, Candidate of Art History, Saratov State Conservatory named after L.V. Sobinova, winner of all-Russian and international competitions.
Saratov, Russia

In 2002 she graduated with honors from the Saratov State Conservatory. L.V.Sobinova. Since 2005, she has been engaged in teaching activities at the Department of National Singing and Ethnic Musicology. He is the head of the course ensemble «Artel», teaches special subjects: «voice», «work on the preparation of theses», «Ensemble singing». At the same time, he is the head of the “folk art” section of the city of Engels and the Engels District of the Methodical Council of teachers of the school of arts and children’s music.

In addition to teaching and research activities, he regularly travels to ethnographic expeditions in the Saratov region with students of the department. He is a soloist with the orchestra of Russian folk instruments Pokrovsky Dawns, Engels.

Maria Vyacheslavovna Bondarenko (Khokhlacheva), associate professor, candidate of art history, teacher of the highest qualification category, soloist of the Vyacheslav Yakovlevich Khokhlachev Orchestra of Russian Folk Instruments Orchestra of Engels Municipal District, laureate of All-Russian and International Competitions, choir master of the National Academics School of the First Prize, in the classroom, and in the classroom on, you can use the lessons and have to get on the course and have to use the lessons and have to get on the course and have to use the lessons and have to use the lessons on to get used in to you, and you’ll have to use the same code, and you can use the time to get on the course and have to use the lessons and have to use the course on to get on to you, and you will have to use the time on and on to get used to using the lessons and using the lessons and using the lessons on to get comfortable with the lessons and lessons, you will have to use the lessons and you can use the lessons and have to use the lessons and have to get on the course and have to use the lessons on to get to get comfortable with the performance of the school. «, Leader and participant of the folk-ethnographic ensemble» Hvalyn «Center for the Study of Traditional Cult Department of folk singing and ethnomusicology. Having graduated with honors from the Saratov State Conservatory named after L.V. Sobinova, enrolled in graduate school in the specialty «art history» (supervisor professor, doctor of art history AS Yareshko). She successfully defended her thesis “The Wedding Musical and Ethnographic Tradition of the Northern Regions of the Saratov Volga Region” in 2014 and published an educational and methodological manual on dissertation materials. General teaching experience in the specialty — 24 years. Work experience in the conservatory — 13 years.

Thanks to her excellent organizational skills, she opened folklore departments in the institutions of additional education in Engels and the Engels District. He is the author of experimental educational programs, manuals, is engaged in career guidance, both in the field and beyond (workshops, lectures, concerts, organization of competitions and festivals, initiator of the organization of the All-Russian festival of children’s folklore groups «Folklore Studios»). Since 2005 he has been in charge of the folklore section of the Regional Methodological Council of the Engels Municipal District.

Pupils M.V. Bondarenko are the winners of the most prestigious professional competitions and festivals. Some of them successfully realize themselves as performers (Alexander Vorobyov — Winner of the International Competition — the show «GOLOS 3»), others continue to study in the magistracy of the best universities of the country (Ekaterina Shkarubo — post-graduate student of the Gnesins Russian Prize, People’s Prize Songs named after L.A. Ruslanova, Daria Kuznetsova — SGK named after L.V. Sobinov).

The high level of pedagogical and performing skills is confirmed by awards and prizes (Grand Prix «Teacher of the Year — 2010» EMO, Finalist of the Regional Competition «Best Teacher — 2018 SOUMC; Awarded a breastplate and a diploma of the Laureate of the Youth Prize named after PA Stolypin» For Achievements in the field of science, art «, 2003); letters of commendation (Saratov Regional Duma — 2108; Ministry of Culture of the Saratov Region 2006, 2009; Bishop of Saratov and Volsky, 2007–2009; Heads of the Municipal Formations of the Saratov Region, 2003), Department of Culture of the Electro-Municipal Organization of the Saratov Region, 2000-2010); thanks (VT Spivakov — for participation in the XII International Festival “Moscow Meets Friends”, Moscow, House of Music 2015; SM Mironov — for active participation in the Charity concert “Songs, scorched by war …” Moscow, Ostankino 2015) .


· Winner of the annual Governor’s Youth Prize. P.A. Stolypin, Diploma «For achievement in the field of science, culture, art», badge (medal) №13 from 06.26.2003;

· Certificate of Merit of the Ministry of Culture of the Saratov Region for many years of hard work and contribution to the aesthetic education of the younger generation. Saratov, 2009; 2011;

· Gratitude of the Political Party Fair Russia for active participation in the charity concert “Songs, scorched by war …”, dedicated to the 70th anniversary of the Victory of the Soviet people in the Great Patriotic War of 1941-1945. Moscow, Ostankino, 2015;

· Gratitude for assistance in organizing the International Festival “Moscow meets friends”, President of the Foundation V. Spivakov. Moscow, House of Music, 2015.